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2006 was the 130th anniversary year of the original chapel structure built of stone & Rosendale cement, home of the Rosendale Public Library.
We have a selection of local history books in the Local History Reference
area that are available whenever the library is open. In addition, we have created compilations of information on various topics.
These items are unique and available by request.
RODENDALE HISTORY BINDERS
|Rosendale Local History Binders|
|Online Indexes to Local History Binders|
|Local History and Genealogy Research|
|Web Sites of Local History Interest|
|Century House Museum|
|D&H Canal Museum|
|Local History and Genealogy Resource Contacts|
|Stories of Rosendale/ by Walter G. Williams|
|Ulster County Archives|
|Ulster County Genealogy Society|
|Ulster County Library Association Portal to Ulster County Databases|
|Ellis Island Foundation|
|LDS Family Search|
|OTHER LINKS OF INTEREST:|
|USA and Canadian Newspapers (Fulton History)|
|New York State Historic Newspapers|
|New Paltz Times|
|Historic USGS Maps of New England and New York University of New Hampshire Library|
These databases are provided free to the residents of Ulster County through the gracious
support of the Ulster County Legislature. Access requires a valid Mid-Hudson Library System library card.
Heritage Quest For genealogical and historical researchers, with coverage dating back to the late 1700s.
Historical NYTimes. Get quick, accurate Web access to regional, national, and international history from 1851 - 2003.
See the essential extras that put news in its context; includes photos, maps, graphics, advertisements,
classified ads, obituaries, comics, political cartoons, etc. *[Select Historical New York Times from list of Databases]*
AncestryLibrary.com. Search historical records, stories, publications, photos and maps at AncestryLibrary.com
which also features the complete 1930 U.S. Federal Census. For now, this collection can only be searched by computer
on-site at the following libraries: Ellenville Public Library and Museum, Kingston Library, Marlboro Free Library,
Elting Memorial Library (New Paltz) and Woodstock Public Library.